Saturday is the big rejsedag, when it comes to sommerhusgæster, and a large number of German tourists is expected this Saturday to cross the border to Denmark, after that it is allowed for them to come to the country.
early Saturday morning, there are queues at the border from Germany, informs the South Jutland Police on Twitter.
'Expect delays of 20-30 minutes at Frøslev, 15-20 minutes at Kruså and Padborg border and 5 minutes at Semen border, writes the police.
the Police confirms to Ekstra Bladet that it is mainly German tourists, who keeps in the queue to get into the country.
- It is German, that will into the country, yes, says the police vagtchef Søren Strægaard.
How it looked Monday morning, when the border opened. Video: Claus Fisker/Ritzau Scanpix
The large number of tourists at the border comes as a surprise to the police.
- We are prepared and are extra people on duty to carry out checks and get them as quickly as possible, says vagtchefen.
the Queue at the border, risk being further up the day, since check-in of most holiday rental agencies occurs in the middle of the afternoon.
- We don't know if it gets worse. Some are too good to take up here the night before, because they know there is a risk of the queue, so I can't say, says Søren Strægaard.
the Extra Leaf is following the situation at the border that day.
Police urge people to use the border crossing at Pebersmark, which is open between 7-19.